Single High Airbed – Queen
Take the comfort of an indoor bed with you when you sleep outside on the Coleman® GO!™ Single High Airbed. It's perfect for a night under the stars or for giving house guests a comfortable place to sleep during visits. Grab your favorite Coleman® airbed pump and connect it to the Double Lock™ valve for easy, leak-free inflation. Once you find the perfect firmness, the AirTight® system will help keep it there, since it's factory-tested to be leak-free. The ComfortStrong™ coil construction provides superior support. When you're ready to pack up, the Double Lock™ valve lets you deflate the bed just as easily, and you can head off on your next adventure.
- AirTight® system is factory-tested to be leak-free
- ComfortStrong™ coil construction provides better support for superior comfort
- Double Lock™ valve is dual-sealed to be leak-free
- For use outdoors while camping or indoors as an extra bed
- Fits standard queen size sheets
- Supports up to 600 lbs.
- Approximate Inflated Dimensions: 77.5 x 57.5 x 7.5 in.
- All Coleman® airbed pumps recommended (sold separately)
Single High Airbed – Queen is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old 70 from Strong, Durable, reliable after many uses! Great product. Used many times - ive in Central Fla, between camping, visitors, and huirricanes have used hundreds of times. I read the lady who could NOT fill it to max - instructions call for the inlet fill valve to be PUSH-IN to seal it, then, use the PLUG to cover seal valve as double seal.
Date published: 2018-05-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by Kymaureen from Just Okay This was used camping under a sleeping bag. Had a problem filling it with air. When I removed the tip of the air pump and tried to shut the lid quickly, so much air escaped, that I could never get it the firmness I desired. Tried several times with no luck. Someone else had the same problem with theirs. Would not recommend. Next time I go camping I will buy a self inflatable mattress.
Date published: 2017-10-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mr C from Flat & Flimsy My wife weighs 180. I weigh 280. A lot of weight to test these 2 mattresses. First, I tried to inflate them until firm, but they never did. The material is called “stretch”. That’s accurate but for us, it’s a negative. Granted, we are very heavy people, but the mattress shouldn’t stretch so much that we hit the ground. I thought maybe they just needed to be “broken in”, but after re-inflating 4 times. I decided that the “stretch” material was a bad design. Particularly so because there is no indication on the box, the mattress, or paperwork to indicate a break in period was necessary. Our only remedy during our week of camping has been continued attempts to over inflate on a daily basis, coupled with some re-inflate I’m the middle of the night. We also own a different Coleman queen size air mattresss that completely deflates within 5 minutes of use. We also own a Coleman battery operated lantern that won’t stay on if there is any movement. They call this a safety feature, but it sucks to try to walk to the restroom in the middle of the night and can’t see because the lantern shuts off. I won’t buy another Coleman product if I can find a different brand of a similar item. I am throwing these out when our trip is over and will buy a different brand. I believe quality control is lacking because Coleman is the dominant production company.
Date published: 2018-08-04
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